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Six Top Flower Panoramas

We take a look at some of the top flower panoramas that we have on site.

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We should soon, hopefully, see gardens, parks and fields blooming with flowers so to give you some shooting inspiration we've found some top examples of flower panoramas. Why panoramas? Well they're a technique that's well-worth mastering, plus they show that flower shots don't just have to be of the macro kind. 

If you're shooting your panorama manually where you have to stitch a series of images together once back in front of your computer, you'll find a tripod keeps your shots level and in-line, making them easier to stitch.
ABEO Pro 283AT and GH-300T
You can also purchase panoramic heads but other heads, such as Vanguard's new GH-300T pistol grip ball head, will also work fine. The GH-300T features a 72-clickpoint panning base just below the camera mounting plate for perfectly aligned panoramic images and it features a built-in remote shutter release on the handle which enables you to trip your camera’s shutter without pulling your hand from the grip. Take a look at the GH-300T in action here: Vanguard GH-300T Pistol Grip Ball Head

Your normal DSLR and a standard zoom are fine but you will need to use manual control to produce the best results.

For more tips, take a look at these articles:

Top Flower Panoramas:


August Poppies - capto

August poppies

Bluebells and Sunbeams - Paintman

Bluebells and sunbeams

The ages of a geranium - nigele1

the ages of a geranium


Ashridge Blue - James Appleton

Ashridge Blue


Bee Balm - taggart

bee balm


Butterflys last shout - Elaine Gregg

butterflys last shout


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